Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Natural Disasters and National Cataclysm

Droughts, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanoes and wildfires are just some of the examples that mother nature uses to put balance back into the earthly environment. Most people consider these natural catastrophes conditions to fear. Others respond with an out pouring of help and generous assistance. Government aid and support are marshaled to meet the challenge. And future plans are designed to reduce the risk for future disasters.

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The American "TC" Saga - Part 3 - CHURCH

The role of the Church in 21st century America has hit rock bottom. As a political influence, organized religion is treated as if it is irrelevant. By contrast, the historic influence of religion in the settling of the New World is undeniable. European mercantile motivations to explore, claim and develop the natural wealth of a rich continent, required more than daring adventurers. The repression in the mother counties played a pivotal part for the down trodden and oppressed to flee from the chains of persecution. Religious freedom was as important, if not paramount, for many of the brave souls seeking a new life.

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Monday, July 24, 2017

Missing Link That Allows Despotism

With all the talk and rumors of a future impeachment of George W. Bush, some awareness of past perspective needs to take hold of wild fantasies.  All those wishful anti-Bush prognosticators pin their hopes on a Democratic Congressional rout in the November 2006 elections.  Contrast with common sense opponents of Bush administration policies, historic recognition demonstrates that the Clinton precedent was doomed from the beginning.  No doubt William Jefferson Clinton committed treason by his technological transfers to the Chinese Communists, but that kind of subversion is the practice of the global Free Trade policies for decades.  George Walker Bush on the other hand has used the U.S. Constitution as toilet paper in his phony War of Terror.  Again, just another example of “business as usual” by POTUS standards.  The federal government long ago buried the noble Republic.  So why be shocked when imperial fiat becomes capricious law?  So far, who really believes that President Bush will be removed from office by a vote from the Senate?  Impeachment post Clinton, has become a campaign fund raising opportunity. 

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Friday, July 21, 2017

Hate Laws Intended to Silence Truth

In a relativism culture of social permissiveness, the non-judgmental attitude, held out as the suitable standard for conduct, has become the politically correct behavior. One might think that anything goes under this mindset. However, the exact opposite practice and enforcement, under the most rigid conditions, is championed as necessary for enlighten and tolerant liberalists. The proliferation of demands that hate speech is the new capital crime, actually is counter iterative in building a civil society. This orthodoxy of the fanatical, proudly presents this illuminated and required deportment, as obligatory for all citizens.

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

The First Bush Presidency

Falling between great disappointment and utter horror, the first Bush term as U.S President can only be adequately apprized from a long term perspective.  The historic significance will be written in the future, while the real world reality must be endured today.  Partisan politics have become meaningless, and political rhetoric insulting.  The propaganda spin machine never stops and the twenty-four hour newspeak cycle never rests.  Events march on to perdition, as consumers fill their carts as if tomorrow will never come.  The slog continues as people revert to fantasy land and take comfort in their disillusions.       

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Gay Marriage, Obama and the Me Value Culture

Debating the virtues and morality of accepting gay marriage unions is like discussing the merits of pedophiles catering head start parties for children. How one comes down on the comparison, usually depends upon your own personal value system and culture of acceptable conduct. The red herring of committing a "Hate Crime" for even having the cojones to raise the issue, exemplifies just how far society has sunk to abandon valid intellectual scrutiny. Audacity in the defense of Western Civilization traditions, ethics and, much less religious principles, is rapidly becoming a ubiquitous bias-motivated offense. Celebrating diversity has become accepting depravity.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Think What He Would Be Doing Now?

Republicans should be thankful for the restraint that the President has shown during the initial stages of this national crisis. Just think what response Clinton would have crafted. Thank God he is but a bad memory of the past. But we need not celebrate too soon, because there are others waiting in the wings to push the same belligerent response if they were the voice of policy. 

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Monday, July 17, 2017

The American "TC" Saga - Part 4 - FAMILY

The basic unit of society within Western civilization is the family. Inexorably founded upon the pillars of European heritage, the American Saga is the legacy of the family society. The esteemed professor Kevin MacDonald states that a primary characteristic of that history is "A tendency toward simple family structure based on the nuclear family." He further concludes: "This simple household system is a fundamental feature of individualist culture. The individualist family was able to pursue its interests freed from the obligations and constraints of extended kinship relationships and free of the suffocating collectivism of the social structures typical of the rest of the world."

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Friday, July 14, 2017

The Reemergence of the NeoCons

If you believed that the NeoCons disappeared after the 2008 election, how soon do you forget? With the next round in the never-ending beltway two-step, the Republican leadership readies their hold of the House of Representatives agenda. The Tea Party freshmen promise to bring a breath of fresh air to a stuffy chamber. Time will tell if their pledge of hope will pan out. What is known with certainty is that the entrenched GOP leadership continues with their dedication to the policies that exemplify their NeoCon mindset. So what is a neoconservative?

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Thursday, July 13, 2017

A Senate of Subversion

The "World's greatest deliberative body" - the U.S. Senate - claims to be the mainstay of individual liberty, minority rights and legislative temperance.  In many circles, the exulted accolades that are bestowed upon this body of lawmaking elders approach reverence.  While some of the most heralded figures in American politics have served in this august body, the chronicle of the last half-century is a very mixed record of accomplishments.  Most observers view the Senate as the senior chamber in Congress while calling the House the people's body.  Examine the cast of characters that now hold office and ask, are they really defenders of national virtue or are they conspiratorial collaborators in the systematic destruction of a free and independent nation?

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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Martyring Voltaire

David Irving's persecution has been compared to the prosecution of Galileo.  The Rev. Ted Pike offers up a list of other less celebrated fatalities of thought crimes.  Pike's prediction is frightening:  "The conviction of David Irving is a chilling wake-up call that hate crimes laws and international enforcement of them are not going to go away. They are vital to the ADL/B'nai B'rith master plan for eventual triumph over Christian civilization."

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Why Mars Space Exploration?

With all the excitement over the Mars rovers, the cries for a visionary manned exploration program are back with earnest. If you are a romantic, then maybe you are moved. But if you are a student of history, the fundamental question of purpose needs to be asked. What is the point of sending living beings to distant planets, when our own earth is a confused mess? The analogy of criticism for a Columbus voyage doesn’t wash. The age of discovery involved expansion and exploration that increased commerce and offered hope for a new future. Long space journeys only gratify the egos of governments.

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